Ships of the Victorian & Edwardian Navy :
I have been drawing the ships of the
Victorian and Edwardian Navy for twenty
years for my personal pleasure and I am
including some of these drawings on this
site in the hope that others may find them
The original drawings are all in pencil.
Reducing the file size and therefore the
download time has resulted in some loss of
A set of postcards
featuring eight of my drawings is now
available for £2.50, which includes postage
anywhere in the world.
information please click on the drawing
below (this will take you to a separate
First class battleship, laid down at Chatham
Dockyard in December 1893, launched December 1894
and completed December 1895. Magnificent was sold
for breaking-up in 1921.
First class battleship, laid down at Fairfield's,
Glasgow in June 1902, launched May 1903 and
completed March 1905. Main armament of four 12-inch
guns; speed 18.5 knots. Served throughout World War
One and was sold for breaking up in 1921.
First class armoured cruiser, laid down at
Beardmores in Dalmuir in April 1901, launched
September 1902, and completed December 1903. Berwick
served throughout World War One and was sold for
breaking up in 1920.
First class battleship, laid down at Portsmouth
Dockyard in December 1898, launched September 1899
and completed June 1902. Main armament of four
12-inch guns; speed 18 knots. Served throughout
World War One and was sold for breaking up in 1920.
Pictured above at the Coronation Naval review of
First class armoured cruiser, laid own at Chatham
Dockyard in March 1902, launched April 1904 and
completed August 1905. Main armament of four
7.5-inch guns; speed 22 knots. Devonshire served
throughout World War One and was sold for breaking
up in 1921.
Steel corvette, completed 1878. Main armament, four
6-inch breech loading guns; speed 13 knots. Sold
First class battleship, laid down at Thames Iron
Works in July 1899, launched March 1901 and
completed October 1903. Albemarle was sold for
breaking-up in 1920.
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